Posts Tagged ‘DLSU Manila’

Designing for Social Change: A World Usability Day Celebration

December 2, 2011

Usability Philippines and De La Salle University – Manila celebrated World Usability Day by holding a symposium aptly entitled “Designing for Social Change”. This event was held today, December 2, 2011 at the Waldo Perfecto Seminar Room of DLSU – Manila.

The goal of the event was to bring together a number of professionals to discuss aspects of usability that focus on advocating social change. Around a hundred individuals attended the symposium. The audience consisted of students from DLSU – Manila and other universities and colleges as well as professionals from several IT companies and organizations. I was very fortunate to be invited as one of the speakers in this event.

audience during the Designing for Social Change usability symposium

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The Second Web Accessibility Workshop at DLSU – Manila

March 25, 2011

DLSU students and Julius in the web accessibility workshop

Today, a group of accessibility allies have organized the second web accessibility workshop at De La Salle University – Manila. Around 28 students attended the workshop. I was very privileged to be invited to speak in this event.

The students who attended the workshop are taking up different courses. All of them however have IT-related and web development subjects. The industrial engineering students who organized last month’s DLSU accessibility workshop were also the ones who made this event possible.

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